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Animated Motion #5 () Short Film

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Summary: In this fifth part, Norman McLaren deals not with motion (if motion is defined as a change of location in two- or three-dimensional space) but with change--change in the amount and color of light within an otherwise static screen. Normally, the animator combines such change with motion, but here it is studied in isolation. (bcdb.com)

Genres: Documentary, Animation

Country: Canada

Directed By: Grant Munro, Norman McLaren

Starring: Norman McLaren

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Jan 03 andymalafaia andymalafaia
40T2
Jun 11, 2016 frbrown frbrown
60T2
Jan 19, 2015 PUNQ
30T5
Dec 18, 2014 Risselada Risselada
45T2
Dec 09, 2012 hereslucas lucbapt
75T4
Dec 06, 2010 Stain Stain
0T1
Dull!
Sep 29, 2010 Gui Gui
72T7
Jan 07, 2010 rafaelbastos rafaelbastos
60T2
Aug 18, 2009 Spunkie Spunkie
55T5
Aug 06, 2009 imdb imdb
60T4
Mar 10, 2009 FitFortDanga MartinTeller
40T1
Basic animation 101. Dryly academic, mathematical and repetitive. The first three segments are entirely about moving a dot from the left side of the screen to the right. The other two are a little livelier, but still not exactly a bitchin' good time. However, I did find them slightly informative, and would rather watch any of them than sit through Narcissus again.
Jan 24, 2009 kyleloomis kyle.loomis
5T7
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